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# In the 1950s, toy stores sold thousands of play replicas of a gun popu

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15 Sep 2018, 18:32
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In the 1950s, toy stores sold thousands of play replicas of a gun popularized by the Wyatt Earp television series, the “Buntline Special,” a long-barreled six-gun named after the legendary Ned Buntline.

A. In the 1950s, toy stores sold thousands of play replicas of a gun popularized by the Wyatt Earp television series
B. Popularized by the 1950s Wyatt Earp television series, toy stores sold thousands of play replicas of a gun
C. In the 1950s, the Wyatt Earp television series popularized thousands of play replicas of a gun sold in toy stores
D. A play replica of a gun popularized by the Wyatt Earp television series, which sold thousands in toy stores in the 1950s
E. As toy stores sold thousands of the 1950s replicas of a gun popularized by the Wyatt Earp television series
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15 Sep 2018, 23:30
s55day wrote:
In the 1950s, toy stores sold thousands of play replicas of a gun popularized by the Wyatt Earp television series, the “Buntline Special,” a long-barreled six-gun named after the legendary Ned Buntline.

A. In the 1950s, toy stores sold thousands of play replicas of a gun popularized by the Wyatt Earp television series
B. Popularized by the 1950s Wyatt Earp television series, toy stores sold thousands of play replicas of a gun
C. In the 1950s, the Wyatt Earp television series popularized thousands of play replicas of a gun sold in toy stores
D. A play replica of a gun popularized by the Wyatt Earp television series, which sold thousands in toy stores in the 1950s
E. As toy stores sold thousands of the 1950s replicas of a gun popularized by the Wyatt Earp television series

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